Teacher Tips: How to Keep Students Engaged in a Remote Learning Environment
It’s hard to believe that the back-to-school season is already here! We’ve created a cheat sheet of suggestions, ideas, and tips on how to keep your students engaged during remote … Read more
How and Why to Facilitate Differentiation in Your Math Classroom
Christopher Coyne National Education Consultant firstname.lastname@example.org There is much written about differentiation in the math classroom. But at the core of it all, there seems to be a central idea: … Read more
Is There Time to Teach Innovation in Math Class?
I suppose the precursor question should be “Should we teach students how to be innovators?” In a recent edition of “Today”, one of Singapore’s most widely read newspapers, there was … Read more
Are you the hero of problem solving?
by Hoover Herrera Singapore Math® expert email@example.com There are some pretty tough math problems out there. Math problems come in many forms. There are math problems that can make students … Read more
Anchor Tasks: A better way of teaching math to young learners?
By Hoover Herrera Singapore Math® expert firstname.lastname@example.org I confess, I taught math for my first eight years of teaching in the same way I was taught math when I was … Read more
Make Mental Math the New Literacy Program in Your School
By Robyn Silbey, math education coach and consultant When was the last time you sounded out the word “and?” or “dog?” or, for that matter, any other word in this … Read more
Visual Approach to Math Instruction is Good Fit for All Learners
By Chris Coyne, Senior Education Consultant, Marshall Cavendish Education email@example.com Today’s global economy requires critical thinkers, people who can work in teams and those who can solve problems and adapt … Read more